Introduce Yourself!



All the best for your move into the world of Cloud add-ons, Francesco. I really enjoyed the transition, and hope you will too.


Hi everyone, i am new here, just learinng being thrown in the deepend


Hi Nadeem. We’re all in the deep end with you. Welcome to the pond.



Hi Everyone!

I am Aarron and I am looking to build some cool stuff in the Cloud. I have built some cloud integrations for my day job and want to see if I can carry that work into building solutions for the marketplace and turn it into a side-hustle.

See ya around…



Welcome @aarron.szalacinski! There’s a growing number of developers here who started dancing the side-hustle, and advanced to full-time flamenco. #firstAndLastDanceAnalogy


Lol. Nice. #ISeeWhatYouDidThere



I am Leo from Move Work Forward and we are working on the integration between Slack, Jira, Confluence, Github and other services as part of

Give it a try and let us know your feedback.



Hello there,

I am Sami Shaik from Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. I am a crazy fan of Atlassian and working as a Atlassian Administrator since 8 Years. I have seen so many things changes fast in Atlassian tools, how JIRA was in early 2010 and now how it place the mark in the technology industries. Great work by Atlassian and team.

Glad to be working on Atlassian Products.

Best Regards,
Sami Ahmed Shaik.


Welcome to the community.


Hi everybody! Long time lurker, occasional poster.

I’m Chris, but everybody calls me “Daz”. I’m a frontend (front-end? front end? client-side?) developer and I work on stuff that runs in the browser and in multiple Server products – that means I’m touching things like AUI, “the WRM”, and other CSS, HTML, and JavaScript-y things.

I used to work in Sydney at Atlassian for ~6 years, but more recently I moved to Poland and now work at Spartez where I’ve been for ~2 years. Job’s the same but the location is much prettier :wink:

My professional life has been 100% web-based. I started by building promo websites for small businesses, then working on a website + app for my World of Warcraft guid in my university days. From there I graduated to building and maintaining simple web applications, then to increasingly larger and more complex web apps… and now I work across multiple large, complex web apps :stuck_out_tongue:

I care deeply about building humane interfaces – I strive to make things usable by and pleasant for the most number of people possible. At a technical level, this means I dabble in everything from semantic and accessible markup + CSS through to application architecture and tuning for performance.

I’m always keen to talk about any/all of this stuff, so don’t be afraid to send me a message :slight_smile: